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Millwood Cemetery, Millwood, Ohio

MILLWOOD CEMETERY, ST. RT. 62, MILLWOOD, OH Veteran Last Name First Name Maiden Name Birth Date Death Date Stone Markings or (Notes)   Adams Alwilda   1884 1953 w/o James C. Adams Veteran Adams James C.   1897 1946 (h/o Alwilda); Co. F 138th Inf WW I   Allbaugh Harry K.   1914   (h/o Valma M.)   Allbaugh Kenneth B.   1949 1949 (s/o Harry K. & Valma M)   Allbaugh Valma M.   1909   w/o Harry K. Allbaugh   Anderson Mary   1866 1939 (w/o William B.)   Anderson William B.   1863 1938 (h/o Mary)   …

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Barnes Cemetery, Richland, Ohio

Barnes Cemetery, Richland Twp. Holmes Co., Ohio Last Name First Name Birth Date Death Date Stone Markings or (Notes) Barnes Critendon   Feb 1868 19d; s/o George W. & Mary Ann Barnes Drusilla P.   22 Jan 1842 23y, 5d; (d/o Richard & Sarah Barnes) Barnes Elizabeth   09 Mar 1842 39y, 9/3m,16/12d; w/o Moses F. Barnes Barnes Elizabeth (Purdy) 1841 19–  m. 1 Oct 1868 Holmes Co, Richard O. Barnes Barnes George Washington   22 Jan 1884 48y, 3d; h/o Mary Ann (s/o Moses & Rachel) Barnes James Alexander   28 Jul 1865 2y, 11m, 6d; s/o Moses F. …

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Tiverton Baptist Church Cemetery, Tiverton, Ohio

Location Veteran Last Name First Name Birth Date Death Date Stone Markings or (Notes)     BRADRICK James 06 Apr 1856 23 Aug 1865 9y,4m,17d; s/o J&S Bradrick (desc. Of Geo & Nancy [Smith] Grim     CONNER John abt Jan 1782 Nov 1836 54y, 10m, 2d     CONNER Sarah 1805 11 Oct 1849 24y; w/o James Conner (b. 1805 or 1825 & d. 1829 or 1849)     CONNER William  15 Aug 1809 13 Dec 1878 69y, 3m, 28d     CRIDER Alvira (Stricker) 1860 ???? Stone “In Memory of James & Alvira Crider by son Joseph”   …

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Athens County, Ohio Cemeteries

For considerably more than half a century after Athens Township was settled, the dead were buried in the old grave yard northwest of town, which was set apart for that use by the trustees of the university in 1806. The place never was ornamented to any extent, and for many years past only a few forest trees have given it their grateful shade. Here, a little apart from their surviving friends, rest the fathers of the village. The breezy call of incense-breathing morn, The swallow twittering from the straw-built shed, The cock’s shrill clarion or the echoing horn No more …

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